A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, Spangler's Team Republic puts Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" in the #1 spot this week. Others in the Top 10 with big spin increases include Warner's Chester & Dyer with David Guetta & Bebe Rexha's "I'm Good (Blue)" (Parlophone U.K.), Republic with The Weeknd's "Die for You" (XO) and Epic's Sackheim crew with Meghan Trainor's "Made You Look.” Columbia's Team Gray has Beyoncé's "CUFF IT" (Parkwood) set to join the Top 10. Romano & Lopes' Interscope squad moves Rema & Selena Gomez's "Calm Down" (Mavin/Virgin) into the Top 20. Rothschild and the RCA staff have the greatest gainer of the week with SZA's "Kill Bill" (TDE), which enters the Top 25, while other SZA single "Nobody Gets Me" is close behind; it joins the Top 30. Also entering the Top 30 is Interscope's Lady Gaga with "Bloody Mary" (Stream/Konlive). Making their chart debuts this week will be The Orchard's Bush & Sarullo with RAYE’s "Escapism." f/070 Shake and Columbia's Miley Cyrus with "Flowers," which seems to have charted moments after release.

Meanwhile, at Rhythm, RCA’s Lori G and Inca welcome 2023 with Chris Brown’s “Under the Influence” at #1. They also have SZA’s “Shirt” (TDE) at #7. Davey Dee and the Republic team have the Top 10 loaded with The Weeknd’s “Die for You” at #2, Drake and 21 Savage’s “Rich Flex” and “Circo Loco” at #3 and #6, respectively, and Metro Boomin’s “Creepin’” f/The Weeknd at # 8. NLE Choppa’s “Do It Again,” led by Warner’s B Dot, joins the Top 15 as Republic’s Coi Leray rockets into the Top 20 with “Players.” Debuting in the Top 25 will be SZA’s “Kill Bill.”

And at Modern Rock, Lisa Sonkin and her team at Columbia get an 11th week at #1 with blink-182’s “EDGING.” With no other changes to the Top 10, Bright Antenna’s Wilderado hits the Top 15 with “Surefire” and BoyWithUke’s “Sick of U” f/Oliver Tree, guided by Amanda Dobbins and Drew Hauser at Republic, enters the Top 20.

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